Inter have agreed a deal to take Dirk Kuyt from Liverpool to Serie A, according to a report from De Telegraaf.
The report claims that the move was agreed earlier this week and could go be concluded today.
Kuyt was omitted from Liverpool's Europa League win over Trabzonspor at Anfield, with Reds boss Roy Hodgson claiming that the Dutchman was being rested.
However, that omission means that Kuyt is not cup tied for European competition and it seems that he is heading for a reunion with former Liverpool manaber Rafael Benitez at the San Siro.
Benitez is a known admirer of Kuyt, and during his time at Anfield made little secret of the value he places in the hard-working and versatile Netherlands international.
Kuyt's agent, meanwhile, acknowledged that his client was considering Inter's offer carefully before deciding on anything.
"Yes, there is real interest from Inter, but Dirk has not decided yet whether he does want to leave Liverpool. He must think carefully before leaving," Kuyt's agent Rob Jansen told Voetbal International.
Jansen also acknowledged that the move might not be that straightforward to complete quickly.
"This is also a complicated transfer. Dirk Kuyt is a Liverpool player," he explained.
"He has an ongoing contract and was recently in the World Cup final. There will be a transfer fee involved. The deal can not simply go ahead. "
Kuyt does seem to be in a strong personal position about the possible move.
"Regardless of the choice Dirk must first consider himself. He can move to Inter or just stay at Liverpool. This is a good position to be in," he added.
"It is also an option that a player from Inter will be involved in the deal with Kuyt."